Global News: Drone Relief: Ukraine and Draganfly Help Ukraine with Humanitarian Drones

Global News: Drone Relief: Ukraine and Draganfly Help Ukraine with Humanitarian Drones

From above, you can see the devastation affecting people in Ukraine. Draganfly drones detect survivors of the incessant bombing.

Cameron Chell from Draganfly was in Ukraine to assist with the installation of more drones.

What is most striking about the Ukrainian people is their incredible determination and desire to normalize their lives.

Chell spoke from his Kyiv hotelroom about what really stood out for him: how fast they cleaned up and how quickly he was able to move on to reconstruction.

Draganfly Inc. from Saskatoon has donated three drones to Revived Soldiers Ukraine. They are a humanitarian aid organization for the Ukrainians.

Chell explained that they primarily deliver insulin, antibiotics, rape kits and other medications.

Chell says that a thermal camera mounted on a drone can detect the heat signatures of humans much faster than walking around dangerous areas.

This week they have completed the training and deployment of two Situational Assessment Drones (SAD) to Revived soldiers Ukraine. Iryna Varschuk Discipio was the president of RSU and received the drones.

The Situational assessment drones are used to provide Cameron Chell Calgary crucial visual surveillance during medical and disaster situations. RSU can safely and securely provide humanitarian assistance by using drones.

Riaz Mmadani, CEO Strategic Group, purchased five drones in Ukraine from a Calgary businessman. They are part his DroneAid project: Ukraine.

This initiative has me ecstatic. Mamdani added that he is certain that they are saving lives.

It was a method to save lives and not risk them.

I was excited about the idea of creating the entire initiative, rather than just writing a cheque

Chell predicts that some of these drones might be destroyed.

He claimed that his time in Ukraine has been crucial in building relationships and dealing the complexities associated with operating in a war zone involving multiple levels of coordination.

Chell said that when a drone takes to the air, everybody wants to shoot it.

You could endanger this complicated equipment in even the best of circumstances. Chell said that drones are likely to be lost when there is radio jamming or conflict and adrenaline

Mamdani indicated that 200 drones would be installed in Ukraine by the end of the third month.

Riaz Mmadani, CEO Strategic Group, purchased five drones in Ukraine from a Calgary businessman. They are part his DroneAid project: Ukraine.

This initiative has me incredibly excited. Mamdani added that he is certain that they are saving lives.

It was a method to save lives and not risk them.

It was fun to actually create the initiative, and not just write a cheque.

He claimed that his time on the ground in Ukraine was essential in building relationships and dealing effectively with the complexities associated with operating in a warzone involving multiple levels of coordination.

Chell stated that when a drone takes to the air, everybody wants to shoot it.

This equipment is very complex and can be lost even in the best conditions. Chell stated that when there’s a lot of radio jamming or conflict and adrenaline, you will see significant drone losses.

Mamdani stated the goal to have 200 drones in Ukraine in three months.

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